FDE institutions summer vacations 2011
Holidays in FDE institutions from June 1
Islamabad, May 19: The educational institutes working under Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) will
be closed for summer vacations from June 1 to August 10.
informed by Joint Secretary Education and Establishment of Capital
Administration Development Division (CAD Div) Mohammad Rafiq Tahir while talking
He said that the decision was taken in a meeting of the officials
of CAD and FDE on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Director of Colleges Tariq Masood
said that the institutes will be opened before August 14 and so that the
Independence Day could be celebrated by the students in befitting manner. About
delay in provision of textbooks, he said that the almost all the textbooks have
been provided to the students from Class I-X.
"i am n 8th grade student n want 2 ask that if the summer vacations are extended or not..plzz tell soon...plzz extend them we cant come 2 skool during sever heat of ramazan along with study n examz while fasting so plzz extend them"
Name: Haleema Nomann
City, Country: Islamabad,Pakistan
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Da'wah Academy awards certificates to position-holders
Islamabad: A ceremony to confer shields and certificates of merit to position-holders of different
Islamic correspondence courses of Da'wah Academy, International Islamic
University (IIU), was held at the IIU Faisal Mosque Campus.
the participants, IIU Rector Professor Fateh Muhammad Malik congratulated the
position-holders. He said, "We should follow the teachings of Islam to cope with
the current challenges faced by the Ummah." He stressed the need to understand
real message of Qur'aan under the supreme guidance of our Holy Prophet Hazrat
Mohammad (peace be upon him).
Da'wah Academy Director General Professor
Dr. Sahibzada Sajid-ur-Rehman said that this is the first time that the academy
is awarding certificates to the participants of Islamic correspondence courses
at a ceremony. He said that since establishment of the Da'wah Academy in 1985
these correspondence courses have been started. Around 70,000 males and females
from across the country have so far been registered in these courses and more
than 39,000 have successfully completed their courses, he said.
in-charge of Department of Islamic Correspondence Courses at Da'wah Academy,
Maulana Misbah-ur-Rehman Yousafi, presented a report about the activities and
achievements of the department.
Syed Zafar Shah, the representative of
participants of Islamic Correspondence Courses, announced to give Rs10,000 to
two workers of the Department of Islamic Correspondence Courses.
the rector conferred certificates of merit and honorary shields to the
position-holders including Sajida Manzoor, Aysha Ambreen, Saira Salam, Muhammad
Ilyas, Zubaira Karima, Abrar Ahmad Qureshi, Tariq Saeed, Muhammad Nouman,
Nafeesa Akram Awan and Raja Imran Yousaf.
The officials of the
department - Muhammad Usman Bhatti, Muhammad Farooq Rao and Muhammad Gulzar Awan
- were also given honorary shields for their good performance. The news
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Hazara University B.A, B.Sc exams
Mansehra: As many as 30,000 male
and female students will appear in B.A and B.Sc examinations scheduled to start
from May 25.
A press release issued here by the Hazara University said that 600
examination centres had been established at the different colleges across
Hazara. It said that the roll number slips had been dispatched to the candidates. Dawn
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Students being trained in sculpture-making
Islamabad: As many as 35 students from various educational institutions of the twin cities and amateur
artists are being trained in making sculptures by experts at a five-day workshop
at the Pakistan National Council of the Arts continuing till May 21.
workshop has been organised by the PNCA with participation of budding male and
During the workshop, the participants will also be given
opportunities to see the works of other sculptors both national and
international through multi-media presentations, lectures, talk and question
answer sessions, said the organisers.
The training has been organised for
beginners in the field and various sessions of the workshop will expose them to
the maximum in the sphere of sculpture and encourage them to take it forward and
explore possibilities. Three experts including Sajjad Akram, Ayub Wali and Imran
Hunzai are conducting the course with main focus on 'Creating forms and shapes
in Clay/Plaster, Fibre and Wood.' The experts are also focussing on the
theoretical and practical work to provide the participants with an opportunity
to work and experience in varied mediums such as clay and plaster.
experts will also be demonstrating their skills in wooden sculptures and will
teach the basics of wood sculpting in 2-D and 3-D. According to them, the medium
is not frequently practiced in Pakistan and students are not much encouraged to
learn this skill as there were less institutions of such art in the
"The training has been planned to facilitate students and others
interested in, to express their creative potential in this lesser explore
medium," the organisers said.
The students will be guided and trained
with the academic requirements of an art student by making human head in clay
and later through the application of moulding and casting procedure, they will
complete the process of making final product (Head) in plaster of Paris. On last
day of the workshop, the students will demonstrate their work and also be given
certificates to acknowledge their skills.
Talking to this agency, PNCA
Director General Tauqeer Nasir said that PNCA has increased its activities of
training youth in different fields and practice the dying and less explored art
forms through various short courses.
During last few months, a number of
amateur artists, students and youngsters have been trained in diverse fields of
visual and performing while PNCA also provided them a platform to demonstrate
and practice their skills.
Sajjad Akram, a young dynamic sculptor and
distinction holder from the Punjab University, currently associated with Fatima
Jinnah Women University as a faculty member in Department of Sculpture shared
his experience regarding the art of sculpture.
Ayub Wali, a young multi
faceted artist from Gilgit/Baltistan and a graduate of NCA and Imran Hunzai, an
eminent name in the sphere is a faculty member at NCA, Rawalpindi Campus are
conducting the workshop.
These experts will guide the students in fibre
glass, a medium commonly used these days for sculpting and making low and base
relief and share expertise in the medium during the days of workshop. The news
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